The FDA is making a free, one-hour CE course for healthcare providers

The FDA is creating a continuing education course for healthcare providers focusing on literacy for hypoglycemic events. Averse reactions to insulin are the second most common drug event seen in emergency departments, and education can help mitigate risk. The course provides healthcare providers with printable materials and tools for an hour-long course. The course will be available for free until October 31, 2020.


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